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United States Department of Agriculture

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CATHERINE ELIZABETH STEWART
Soil Plant Nutrient Research (SPNR)
Research Soil Scientist

Phone: (970) 492-7270
Room S-100
2150 CENTRE AVE, BLDG. D
SUITE 100
FORT COLLINS, CO, 80526-8119


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Nitrogen and harvest treatment effects on soil properties under non-irrigated switchgrass and maize after 9 years - (Abstract Only) - (16-Aug-14)
Switchgrass cultivars alter microbial contribution to deep soil C - (Abstract Only) - (14-Mar-14)
Nitrogen and harvest effects on soil properties under rain-fed switchgrass and no-till corn over 9 years: implications for soil quality - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (23-Sep-13)
Biochar addition rate controls soil microbial abundance and activity in temperate soils Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gomes, J., Denef, K., Stewart, C.E., Zheng, J., Cotrufo, M. 2013. Biochar addition rate controls soil microbial abundance and activity in temperate soils. European Journal of Soil Science. 65:28-39.
Switchgrass ecotypes alter microbial contribution to deep soil C - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (16-Aug-13)
Design and operation of a continuous 13C and 15N labeling chamber for uniform or differential, metabolic and structural, plant tissue isotope labeling Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Soong, J., Reuss, D., Pinney, C., Boyack, T., Haddix, M., Stewart, C.E., Cotrufo, M. 2014. Design and operation of a continuous 13C and 15N labeling chamber for uniform or differential, metabolic and structural, plant tissue isotope labeling. Journal of Visualized Experiments. doi:10.3791/51117.
Co-generated fast pyrolysis biochar mitigates green-house gas emissions and increases carbon sequestration in temperate soils Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stewart, C.E., Zheng, J., Botte, J., Cotrufo, M. 2013. Co-generated fast pyrolysis biochar mitigates green-house gas emissions and increases carbon sequestration in temperate soils. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 5:153-164.
Challenges and opportunities for mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from fertilized cropping systems Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Venterea, R.T., Halvorson, A.D., Kitchen, N.R., Liebig, M.A., Cavigelli, M.A., Del Grosso, S.J., Motavalli, P.P., Nelson, K.A., Spokas, K.A., Singh, B.P., Stewart, C.E., Ranaivoson, A., Strock, J., Collins, H.P. 2012. Challenges and opportunities for mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from fertilized cropping systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 10(10)562-570.
Biochar and N fertilizer alters soil N dynamics and greenhouse gas fluxes from two temperate soils Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stewart, C.E., Zheng, J., Cotrufo, M. 2012. Biochar and N fertilizer alters soil N dynamics and greenhouse gas fluxes from two temperate soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41:1361-1370.
Effects of Climate Change on soil carbon and nitrogen storage in the US Great Plains. Special Issue "Mitigation of Climate Change" - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Follett, R.F., Stewart, C.E., Pruessner, E.G., Kimble, J. 2012. Effects of Climate Change on soil carbon and nitrogen storage in the US Great Plains. Special Issue "Mitigation of Climate Change". Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 12:115-125.
Biosolid and tillage effects on physically isolated fractions: implications for conservation management of three Virginia coastal plain soil series. Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stewart, C.E., Follett, R.F., Wallace, J., Pruessner, E.G. 2012. Biosolid and Tillage Effects on Physically Isolated Fractions: Implications for Conservation Management of three Virginia Coastal Plain Soil Series. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 76:1257-1267.
Qualitative analysis of volatile organic compounds on biochar Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Spokas, K.A., Novak, J.M., Stewart, C.E., Cantrell, K.B., Uchimiya, S.M., Dusaire, M.G., Ro, K.S. 2011. Qualitative analysis of volatile organic compounds on biochar. Chemosphere. 85(5):869-882.
Evaluation of angiosperm and fern contributions to soil organic matter using two methods of pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stewart, C.E. 2011. Evaluation of angiosperm and fern contributions to soil organic matter using two methods of pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Plant and Soil. 351:31-46.
Vegetation effects on soil organic matter chemistry of aggregate fractions in a Hawaiian forest - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stewart, C.E., Neff, J., Amatangelo, K., Vitousek, P. 2011. Vegetation effects on soil organic matter chemistry of aggregate fractions in a Hawaiian forest. Ecosystems. 14: 382-397.
Last Modified: 9/29/2014